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Soggy Moggy-bookcover

By: Becky Cohen

Soggy Moggy

Pages: 24 Ratings: 5.0
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Soggy Moggy can roar like a tiger.

Nibbles the Mouse can squat like a frog.

Soggy and Nibbles have a nap on a lovely soft mat as they breathe in and out… ahhhh.

A delightful story to introduce young children to yoga in a fun and playful way, copying Soggy Moggy and Nibbles as the two of them have a kerfuffle over fish pie.

Being a little yogi helps children express themselves through creative movement, whilst providing many benefits such as flexibility, strength, coordination and focus.

And breathe… The book includes an ending which encourages your little yogi to relax and focus on their breath.

Becky was born and raised in London and is a single mum of two boys. She is the manager of a nursery and very passionate about the physical development and mental well-being of young children. She is a qualified children’s yoga teacher and performs the ancient practice with the children she cares for.

Her most recent accomplishment was a project researching the benefits of yoga in young children which was alongside her Level 5 Diploma in leadership for health and social care and children and young people’s services. She hopes to one day see yoga included in the national curriculum in all educational settings.

Customer Reviews
3 reviews
3 reviews
  • Ewelina Sidor

    An absolutely fresh look at the interest of the youngest in Yoga! Full of character and great Yoga exercises that can affect not only children:)

  • Roy

    This is a beautiful little book that my child loves he really enjoys interacting with the story and loves doing the yoga poses while we read the book to him
    It’s an amazing book for parents to enjoy with their children with the added bonus of interacting with the story.

  • Thelma Lapena

    Thank you, Becky Cohen, for this book! Kudos! "Soggy Moggy: A Kids' Yoga Story" has a fascinating story written by a creative author. This book is engaging and interactive and will spark children's interest and curiosity. It is common knowledge that children are great imitators; they will have fun doing yoga poses emulating specific animals. The illustrations' color choices are appealing to children's eyes. I would highly recommend this book to children ages two to seven. Thank you, Becky Cohen, for this book! Kudos!

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